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Can't adjust car radio volume

Volume is too high and cannot be adjusted when turning the control knob counterclockwise--attempts have been made to turn the control very slowly (notch by notch) as recommended by a friend--not working

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the problem with the handling may be due to a steering alignment isue our you may have a problem with the bushes in the car it may pay to take it to a suspension expert and pay to get it tested ( this dose not cost to much)
the problem with the heater control is generally in the knob it self the mechanism fails and you will need to replace it recommend going to the wreckers and acquiring one.
how many settings do you have with your blower are all of them working if not you may need to get a new fan resistor ( from mits )
of all settings are working there may be a fault in the blower unit our it may be full of leaves.
as for the air filter i recommend you go to your parts retailer and get a high flow pannal filter that fits straight into the existing housing, you will get the same benefits with out having to modify the air intake and you will not have any problems with road worthy ect.

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